New degree aims to make students with disabilities self-sufficient

06/13/2008 | SeattlePI.com

Four Washington state community college students will graduate today with what is said to be a first-in-the-nation Associate of Occupational and Life Skills degree, designed specifically for students with developmental disabilities. Students complete 90 credits over four years, learning life skills and academics.

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